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Associated PressParalympic superstar Oscar Pistorius was charged Thursday with the murder of his girlfriend who was shot inside his home in South Africa, a stunning development in the life of a national hero known as the Blade Runner for his high-tech artificial legs....
“Such is the human race. Often it does seem such a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat.” Mark Twain’s observation above depicts his dim view of the human race. Finding something noble within the human spirit can...
As I watched the Olympic Games for the past few weeks, my mind went back to the days of Boonsboro High School. After my column on Scott Fales the other week, I received an unexpected call from retired Boonsboro coach Dwight Scott. Coach Scott wasn’...
On Monday of this past week, I asked myself the question that I’m sure has been on many an Olympic junkie’s mind: Now what am I going to watch on TV for the next four years? Yes, I’m an Olympic junkie. Yes, I bleed red, white and blue....
firstname.lastname@example.orgOn a national stage, a pair of neighborhood pals from Hagerstown stole the show. In a battle for the ages, James Searcy edged his friend Jalyx Hunt to win the high jump title at the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Houston on Wednesday. The two 11-year-olds...
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email@example.comAs she prepares for her first season as head coach of the women’s basketball program at Hagerstown Community College, two-time Olympian Vicky Bullett has carved out some time to watch the 2012 Summer Olympics. “Even as an athlete who played...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEngland is known for many things — royal pomp, the Magna Carta, Shakespeare’s plays, colonies around the world — but not necessarily for its cuisine. Still, traditional British pub fare is much like traditional American comfort food...
email@example.comJordyn Morris makes qualifying to compete at a national level athletic event sound easy. “I have a rhythm,” she said. “In between hurdles, I count — one, two, three — then I step over the hurdle.” The 12-year-old...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was a single flip on her parents' mattress that determined her future. Never mind that she was 3 years old. The talent already was there. But Dominique Dawes had no way of knowing at such a tender age that she would one day vault into the spotlight...
email@example.comVicky Bullett’s footprint is huge in the world of women’s basketball. The Martinsburg, W.Va. native has left imprints on the game on the high school, college, professional and international levels. All those accolades came as a player. Now,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTen-year-olds Jalyx Hunt and James Searcy seem to be inseparable. “We’re like twins,” Hunt said. “We do everything together.” The two best friends live only a few houses apart and are classmates in the fifth grade at...
Associated PressLondon began nearly tripling the number of police on its streets Tuesday to try to end Britain's worst rioting in a generation — three nights of looting and burning by poor, diverse and brazen crowds of young people. Scenes of ransacked stores,...
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